All Set for Ghana’s Most Beautiful finale Tonight Inside AICC


It has been 13 weeks of enthralling competition between 16 beautiful ladies going head-to-head with hopes of being crowned winner of the 13th edition of TV3’s Ghana’s Most Beautiful pageant.

With each passing week, hopes were dashed as some of these 16 ladies representing their respective regions fell off along the way as they were evicted from the show.

However, five out of the 16 ladies stood the test of time and made their way through to the final to battle it out for the coveted crown, car and cash.
Tonight, November 10, all roads lead to the Grand Arena of the Accra International Conference Centre for the finale of this year’s competition.

All five ladies – Volta Region’s Enam, Upper East Region’s Ayisha, Central Region’s Ekua, Ashanti Region’s Serwaa and Western North Region’s Saah – will battle it out as to who emerges as 2019 Ghana’s Most Beautiful queen.

Over the past weeks, these ladies have given off exciting and educative performances bordering on the culture and way of life of the people of the various region’s they represent.
This year’s catchphrase ‘Black and Proud’ sought to have the contestants value their black origin and tell unique stories about where they come from, and each one of the contestants capitalized on this to showcase their roots.

The five finalists will take the stage again tonight to do what they know best, projecting their respective cultures through their performances.
It promises to be a night of education, entertainment and lots of fun as some of Ghana’s hitmakers have been assembled to thrill patrons at the Grand Arena.

There will be performances from songstress Adina, the zanku kings, Dope Nation, ‘Things Fall Apart’ hitmaker Kofi Kinata and many others.


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